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Communities of action can be an efficient and easily accessible way to connect practitioners, share knowledge, and co-learn. They are result-oriented networks whose members share a strong interest in a given area and, as such, are valued by users representing...
The increasing and changing demand for livestock products has led to the transformation of production systems across the world: from local, small-scale, mixed crop-livestock systems to global, demand-driven supply chains. How feed is produced and consumed has also changed, with...
On 22 June 2020, the FAO’s Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (FAO LEAP) Partnership officially launched the new guidelines on biodiversity assessment at the webinar Biodiversity and the livestock sector.  Mitigating harm and maximizing...
The Canadian industry is continuously benchmarking production practices and striving to identify best management practices that enhance sustainability. Science-based information is the foundation for identifying these opportunities, with the FAO LEAP guidelines serving as a key resource to define...
At a time of social distancing, the Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (LEAP) Partnership aims to continue engaging with its partners and stakeholders, announcing a new series of webinars on livestock and the environment, that will be running in the...
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